Kristen Stewart Reveals Why She Wasn’t Included In “The Huntsman: Winter’s War”

In the latest interview of Kristen Stewart, she really did let her guard down. She’s a private person and doesn’t take herself too seriously. She was featured in Variety magazine, discussing how the public was obsessed with her and her then-boyfriend Robert Pattinson after she catapulted to fame at the tender age of 17 years old.

In 2012, when photos surfaced of her kissing director Rupert Sanders after “Snow White and the Huntsman” she made a public apology. Stewart said to Variety, “Women are so judgmental of each other,”

“It’s very innate, instinctive, f—ed-up, animal-like.”

“How do you resent me if you’ve actually never met me?”

“Snow White and the Huntsman” grossed almost $400 million globally. However, Universal didn’t invite her back for the “Winter’s War”. However, seeing as the film crashed and burned at last month’s box office. “I read a few scripts,” Stewart said.

None of them were good. None of them were greenlight-able. And I had a meeting with Universal about the places where the story could go. Maybe Chris was more into it. I actually don’t fucking know.

 

In reference to her relationship with Sanders, she says it had nothing to do with Universal punishing her. “It wasn’t a situation where I got kicked off a movie because I got in trouble,” she says. “We had been in talks months after that about making something work, and it never came together.”

Stewart found out about the sequel in a press release. “I was like, ‘OK, cool.’ We hadn’t spoken in a long time, but I didn’t know we had broken up.” She said that Universal requested for Stewart to appear as a cameo. “I might just leave that be. I was really into that, but — *smirk* So now I’m like … ‘Thank God.’ ”

Image Credits: Universal Studios


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